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Split leading the way in tourism boom on the coast of Dalmatia
Split - The story of Split's transformation from Gateway to the Islands to Croatia's fastest expanding resort continues in the latest official figures.
Tourism or oil for Croatia? Drilling to start near Brac in 2015?
For a country in economic crisis with a booming tourism industry, the prospect of oil drilling in the pristine Adriatic threatens to muddy the waters.
Surge in tourism as new generation of Brits discover Croatia
The Adriatic coast was once one of the most popular destinations for British holidaymakers. A new generation of Brits is discovering the secrets of a previous holidaying generation.
Tourism in Croatia: Expanding the options in Pula, Istria
Continuing its coverage of the Outlook Festival, Digital Journal meets the manager of Pula's leading hotel to see how tourism is developing in the city.
Undiscovered Croatia: A Visit to Sinj in Inland Dalmatia
Sinj - As Croatia gears up to join the EU on July 1, Digital Journal continues its discovery of Dalmatia with a trip to historic Sinj and a meeting with tourist board director Jelena Bilic.
Inland tourism in Croatia: Lonjsko Polje's EU grant of almost €1m
Sisak-Moslavina region is awarded €922,000 in EU funding for the development of business infrastructure for the Lonjsko Polje Nature Park.
Op-Ed: Sarajevo is not in Croatia, and neither is Montenegro
European geography can be a challenge for Americans at the best of times, but their cause is not helped by poor information from supposed experts.
Op-Ed: Tourism in Croatia. How should Hvar sell itself as a destination?
International accolades and international celebrities keep coming to Hvar, but is Croatia's premier island exploiting its tourism potential to the full?
Culture in Croatia: 74 towns offering Museum Night, 3 on Hvar
The 2012 Museum Night in Croatia will include exhibitions in 74 museums across the country, including Hvar Town, Stari Grad and Jelsa on Hvar.
Croatia and Iran to play football fundraising friendly on Hvar
The Iranian national five-a-side team will take on Croatia in Jelsa in a charity fundraiser as part of its UEFA Euro 2012 preparations.
Winter tourism in Croatia: Rijeka Carnival's month of festivities
While Croatian tourism is better known for its beaches and summer nightlife, it has plenty to offer throughout the year, including one of the world's biggest carnivals in Rijeka.
Winter tourism in Croatia: Split has record November
Director of Split Tourist Board Vedran Matošić announces impressive tourism statistics for November 2011, as interest in the Dalmatian capital increases.
Tourism in Croatia: Suncani Hvar to hire 500 seasonal workers
Hvar's leading hotel group to hire 500 seasonal workers for the 2012 season, which is expected to be busy in the wake of Lonely Planet's endorsement of Croatia's premier island.
Op-Ed: Why is the tourist season in Croatia so short?
According to official statistics, Croatian tourism enjoyed a bumper year, attracting 1.2m more tourists than 2009, figures that are not reflected in the experiences of some businesses on islands such as Hvar.
New kids playground in Brusje will regenerate Croatian island
Brusje - The opening of a children's playground in Brusje is the latest example of the regeneration of Hvar's inland villages, which are attracting more interest from tourists.
New tourism minister Ostojic wants less VAT, 2 billion euro more
The aims of Croatia's next tourism minister are clear: a longer season, reduced VAT for tourism and an additional 2 billion euro in revenue
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Hvar Town is one of Dalmatia's main attractions
Hvar Town Tourist Board
Hotel Park Histria, Pula's leading hotel on TripAdvisor.
Park Hotel Histria Pula
The streets of the old town of Split
EU tourism grant for Lonjsko Polje
Sinj, a small town north of Split with a fascinating history, and a classic example of the unexploited tourism of inland Croatia.
Sinj Tourist Board
Jelena Bilic, new director of the Sinj Tourist Board, has brought a dynamism to the position, and improved tourist information considerably.
Sarajevo, at the heart of an "Experience the history of Croatia" tour.
Zlatni Rat on Brac is Croatia's most iconic beach
Hotel Park Histria manager Tomislav Korošec talks to Digital Journal.
The annual Alka festival, celebrating the defeat of the Turks in 1715, is the biggest event in Sinj.
The most famous local dish is arambasic, cabbage leaves stuffed with chopped meat.
Our Lady of Sinj, whose role in the defeat of the Turks was crucial.
The 25-metre heated seawater indoor swimming pool is the second largest in Croatia.
Park Hotel Histria Pula
Hotel Amfora was as 'full as a pomegranate' in 2011
The Franciscan Monastery in Sinj
Hvar is one of Croatia's leading destinations
The Alka tradition is well preserved in Ispod Ure restaurant in the centre of Sinj.
With its own airfield Sinj offers paragliding and many other activity sports.
Sinj Tourist Board
Hotel Park Histria at night.
Park Hotel Histria Pula
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